Oh my word ya'll!! I just made the most fantastic Polish-Mexican Tostadas! All of the world's cuisines, coming together right here, on my puny little page! lol! Seriously, these were really good, and only came together because I'm too busy (lazy) to shop, and decided to work with what was in the fridge and pantry. I was also too lazy to take a picture, but, believe me...it was fantasmagasmic! (Ingredients in Bold type)
In order of appearance:
Corn Tortillas (I fried these off early to make tostada shells and set aside)
Poured out the oil from the tostada shells and used the same pan to heat up some olive oil, then sauteed chopped red onion, minced garlic and some minced anaheim chile from the garden.
Sliced up some polish sausages and added those to the above mixture and sauteed for about five minutes.
Drained a can on pinto beans and added those as well.
Healthy pinch of salt, pepper, Emeril's Essence (recipe is online), some onion powder and garlic powder. Stirred and sauteed until the beans were heated and the sausage was "puffy".
Piled the bean and sausage mixture on top of the crispy tostada shell, added some sour cream and salsa and....poof! You're a Polish-Mexican-American!
Except I'm Swedish...but I reserve the right to annihilate all of the world's cuisines in my own kitchen... :)